- In front of the terrible form of corona transition in Delhi
- Ventilator and Bipap machine also closed at Sir Gangaram Hospital
- 60 patients' lives in danger
In the backdrop of the Coronavirus transition in Delhi, the capital of the country, the situation outside Atoka seems to be getting worse day by day. In the last 24 hours, 25 patients have died due to lack of oxygen at Delhi’s Sir Gangaram Hospital. The lives of 60 critically ill patients are in danger. Just two hours in the hospital Oxygen The hospital sent an urgent message to the administration that stocks were available.
According to the director of the medical department of the hospital, in the hospital Lack of oxygen Is. The rest of the oxygen will also be depleted in the next two hours. Ventilator And bivalve positive airway pressure is not working properly. The hospital also said that manual ventilation was being carried out in the ICU and ED of the hospital.
Oxygen needs to be delivered by air for a quick supply. Another 60 patients are in critical condition. Doctors fear that if oxygen is not received on time, it will not be able to save the patients.
The situation is similar in many hospitals in Delhi
A similar situation was reported at Shanti Mukund Hospital in Delhi on Thursday. Sunil Sagar, the CEO of the hospital, was in tears when he spoke about the lack of oxygen and his helplessness.
The doctor found the corona positive
A few days ago, 37 doctors tested positive for Coronavirus at Sir Gangaram Hospital. Five of them were admitted to the hospital for treatment while the other doctors were kept in home isolation. Most of these doctors were treating corona patients. According to the hospital administration, the doctors who tested positive for Coronavirus had mild symptoms and none of them were in critical condition.
Statistics of Delhi
In the last few days, the number of patients in Delhi has been increasing rapidly. According to the health department, the total number of coronary heart disease patients in Delhi has reached 9 lakh 56 thousand 348. Out of this 91 thousand 618 patients are undergoing treatment in different hospitals. Meanwhile, 13,193 patients have lost their lives.